DC Power Meter


$89.95 AUD $99.95 AUD

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This is a DC Power Meter suitable for low voltage battery powered systems, solar panels, etc.

It features a real time display of voltage, current, and power consumption. It also stores minimum and maximum voltage, current, and power, together with cumulative amp hours and watt hours consumed by the connected equipment.

  • Current range: 0-20A (continuous) or 30A (peak fro 30 minutes)
  • Voltage range: 5-60V
  • Power range: 0.1-3,600W

The meter can be mounted using the included snap-in bracket or magnetically on any magnetic surface.

DC Power Meter - Technical Specifications

Digital DC Power Meter with Internal Shunt.

General Specifications:

  • Resolution of voltage and current: 0.01V, 0.01A
  • External DC power source: 5-60V, 9-12mA
  • Dimensions: 45(W) x 75(L) x 23(D)mm
  • Weight: 100g
  • Product Code: MS6170

Display Screen Details:

  • Scrolling display of Max voltage, Max current, Min voltage, Min current, Watt-hour (Wh), Amp-hour (Ah)
  • Operational Period in hour: minute: second

    Full spec sheet can be downloaded here.

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    Since 2010 we have supplied thousands of customers with training, advice, monitoring, lighting, and innovative energy saving products.

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